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CTech's Tuesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

CTech's Tuesday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Top 50 Israeli startups - 2020 (Covid-19) edition; Number of Israeli coronavirus patients on ventilators dips below 100

CTech | 15:59  28.04.2020

Top 50 Israeli startups - 2020 (Covid-19) edition. Israel is home to over 200 growth stage companies. Check out CTech's list of the country’s 50 most promising startups that we believe will survive and thrive despite coronavirus turmoil. Read more https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3812230,00.html

Most promising medtech companies. Read more https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3812513,00.html

Most promising logistics and e-commerce companies. Read more

Most promising entertainment and media companies. Read more

Most promising deep tech companies. Read more

Most promising cyber and security companies. Read more

Most promising unicorns. Read more

Coronavirus blood test (illustartion). Photo: getty Images Coronavirus blood test (illustartion). Photo: getty Images Coronavirus blood test (illustartion). Photo: getty Images

Number of Israeli coronavirus patients on ventilators dips below 100. The number of confirmed coronavirus (Covid-19) cases in Israel reached 15,589 on Tuesday, but the number of recoveries continues to exceed the number of new diagnoses. Read more

 

Pain expert says blockchain tech can help cure the ills that are hurting the world. Alex Cahana, Chief Medical Officer at ConsenSys Health, says we are not going to return to normal because that caused the coronavirus crisis in the first place. Read more

Nvidia Completes Mellanox Purchase, Companies Vow To Maintain Workforce. After the Chinese regulator gave the go ahead earlier this month, $6.9 billion deal officially completed. Read more

Travel tech is down but not out, according to organizer of major tourism e-conference. 3,500 people attended an online conference on the struggling industry’s Covid-19 exit strategy. Read more

Digital microscope startup Scopio Labs raises $16 million. The Tel Aviv-based company develops digital microscope systems with a long list of sophisticated capabilities. Read more

Israeli startup Codota raises $12 million in series A round led by Khosla Ventures. Codota says its user base grow by more than 1,000% over the past year, reaching more than a million developers monthly, and measurably boosting their productivity by 25%. Read more
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